Testament Rehearse A Brand New Set For Touring

artist: Testament date: 05/10/2010 category: upcoming tours

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San Francisco bay Area thrashers Testament are rehearsing a brand new set for the upcoming "American Carnage" tour with Slayer and Megadeth. Testament promises to deliver a modern and most brutal set of songs which is sure to incite multiple mosh pits (old-school style). Fans can expect to hear favorites from "The Gathering", "Demonic" and Testament's most recent studio album, "The Formation Of Damnation". Commented Testament vocalist Chuck Billy: "The band has been rehearsing songs from the more current albums to dominate the setlist of future performances with just a few of the classics. We want to perform the more current material with this lineup, which makes Testament progressing creatively as a band in 2010. "I'd really like some feedback from the fans who've seen the band live over the years to confirm what the band and I are feeling." If you wish to voice your opinion on this matter, go to this location and register for Testament's official forum before posting a comment. Read the entire article at Blabbermouth.net.
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